A Voice of Reason

I say, these internets are a great source of inspiration.  Why just today I was perusing the Gotham Schools blog thingie, and I found a parent willing to speak up against the involvement of parents.  The chap called himself “Dissenter,” and was willing to give up the popular notion that anyone but the moneyed class should take part in the education of the urchins that blight our fair city.

Now if only more rabble would share that view, we’d be able to get even more of the cheap labor our city needs.  I was thrilled, truth be told, and I’m sharing my response below in its entirety:

I agree with this Dissenter chap. Why on earth should the bootless and unhorsed have any say whatsoever in the education of their children? Rabble need to be guided with a firm hand, and Mikey Bloomberg is just the man to do it, by Jove.

I also agree it’s union chicanery, and this Randi Weingarten woman is only pretending to support Mikey, while in secret she’s plotting to ask for more money for those awful teachers, who are always blathering on about one thing or another. Frankly, they make me ill with their demands of lower class sizes, and time off for this and that.

Fire them all, I say, and give them something to really complain about. And as for the rabble, we’ll train them to do what needs to be done. No more of this namby-pamby mollycoddling.

Smellington G. Worthington III

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3 Comments

Filed under Bravo, Bravo old chap!, innovation, plebs, rabble, Riff-raff, Training the great unwashed

3 responses to “A Voice of Reason

  1. J. Rhubarb Fogbissell Jr.

    Smelly,

    It’s high time we got rabble like that in positions of semi-authority. This would save our time to deal with things of importance, like golf, or you-know.

    Regards to Muffy.

  2. KIPP teacher

    You make good points but they’d be stronger if you stopped calling people “rabble.” I also strongly support mayoral control. The city is a better place for it. You would probably reach more people if you stopped insulting them.

  3. I say, the rabble are the rabble. What else shall we call them? We’re working very hard to educate them to be the best rabble they can be.

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